5 cheapest Manhattan sales of the week
Homes ranged from $265,000 Carnegie Hill one-bedroom to a $440,000 Soho one-bedroom
The Manhattan residential market’s cheapest single-family deal of the week was the $265,000 sale of a “recently updated” one-bedroom co-op in Carnegie Hill.
The walk-up second-floor apartment at 114 East 98th Street, between Park and Lexington avenues, features nine-foot ceilings and hardwood floors, according to a previous listing on StreetEasy. Broker information was not available, but the unit last sold for $188,000 in 2008, according to city records.
Next on the list was a Murray Hill studio in Woodstock Tower that sold for $298,500, just short of the $300,000 ask. The co-op at 312-324 East 42nd Street was listed by Chandra Tyler of Coldwell Banker Bellmarc and comes fully furnished — with a custom-made queen-size bed — and FiOS Internet capability. The 32-story doorman tower is the tallest in the Tudor City complex at 32 stories and “boast some of the best views in town,” per the listing. Residents have access to a courtyard and 24-hour gym.
The third-cheapest apartment on the list is located in a 20-story, 165-unit co-op doorman and elevator building at 1166 East 61st Street. The Upper East Side home sold for $375,000. The original listing for the home, known only as #ARES, could not be identified.
The fourth most modest sale of the week, at 425 East 54th Street in Sutton Place. The tenth-floor co-op apartment inside the 237-unit Sutton Gardens building sold for $376,000. Previously listing information was not available. Residents of the mid-rise doorman building have access to parking and cold storage, according to a description of the building on StreetEasy.
The last cheapest sale was that of a one-bedroom co-op unit in Soho on the fifth floor of 110 Thomson Street. The unit traded for $440,000, well above the $365,000 asking price. The apartment was listed by Halstead Property’s Sarah Schissler and Isaac Halpern. An “amazing sunset” awaits the new buyer, per the listing. — Angela Hunt
Source: PropertyShark. Footnotes: Data is for closed deals on residential, single-family homes in Manhattan filed with the city last week through Friday. The data does not include deals in contract. To obtain broker information, closed sales data from PropertyShark was compared with past listings on StreetEasy.